- 1 Post By mattnash
- 3 Post By Tdol
- 1 Post By 5jj
I canít visualize myself ever getting married.
Can you tell me how to understand "getting" rather than "get" in this sentence?
(Not a teacher)
In this case, "getting" really means "becoming".
You might similarly say "I am getting angry" or "I am getting tired".
Also, I would say I can't see myself getting married, rather than visualize.
I agree, though it has ideas of 'visualise, imagine'.
Originally Posted by Tdol
In the more literal sense of 'see', a bare infinitive is possible:
I didn't see them get married.
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